Parliamentary power: negotiations are ongoing and the region does not respect the law and continue to smuggle oil
08:40 - 27/06/2019
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A member of the Committee on oil and energy parliamentary Zeitun al-Dulaimi, on Thursday, that negotiations are underway with the region on the delivery of oil imports agreed to Baghdad, explaining that the regional authorities do not respect the law and continue to smuggle oil and may reach negotiations with them deadlock.
Al-Dulaimi said in a statement that the negotiations are ongoing between the Prime Minister and the Committee on Oil and Energy with the Kurdistan region, although the subject is complex and thorny, and in the case of the delay of the province of the delivery of agreed upon imports in the budget, Baghdad deducted from the salaries allocated For Kurdistan ".
It added that "things are going to a dead end in the event of the province to refrain from handing over the dues of Baghdad, especially as the authorities of the region did not put any value to the law and does not respect the prestige, and may be re-take the same measures Abadi to the region in the event of no solutions are reached between Arbil and Baghdad" .
"Arbil exports more than the quantities agreed with Baghdad, and there are large smuggling cases in addition to the existence of oil wells exploited in the smuggling operations," she said, stressing the need to "stay away from diplomacy in this file, because it deprives many citizens of their rights."
"The non-delivery of oil imports to Baghdad paid officials of the region during the oil and energy committee to put the arguments, saying that the receivables were not delivered to Baghdad because of the formation of the provincial government." End 25 n